Webbilling Hits 3 Hub Cities

FORT LAUDERDALE — Webbilling.com executives have hit the road, making office visits with merchants a priority for the remainder of the year.

Ines Petersen and JoeD say it's important to meet in person.

“With tradeshows down this year and likely even fewer next year, we’ve focused on the personal touch, visiting key cities where we can generate the most meetings with potential and existing merchants," JoeD said.

"Meeting someone on their home turf really changes the relationship and it’s so important to have face to face communication in the billing arena.”

He said that for a long time merchants were complacent with their credit-card billing, but this year most companies started considering the revenue possibilities afforded by adding other non-card billing and mobile methods.

“We’ve been to Toronto, L.A. and San Francisco already, visiting major cam, dating, sponsor program, billing, online gaming and virtual world merchants," JoeD said.

The next stop is Phoenix and a return to San Francisco. Webbilling.com has focused on the use of direct debit for the conversion of European traffic with the same marketing capability and tools enjoyed with credit-card billing, but no card of any kind is required of the user.

“Many consider our platform an ‘alternative’ payment method, but from my European perspective we provide a proven platform for the preferred primary billing method for our best markets," Peterson said.

"Keep all your existing billing solutions in place; just optimize Webbilling to maximize your EUR and GBP revenue. Same traffic = more joins. Found money! You’ve already done all the work and these customers are on your sites.”

Contact the company at marketing@webbilling.com.